So coaches have altered their thinking over the last 20 years as to who packs in the scrums. Usually the big guys are at first receiver and a big guy defending him. Wingers and fullbacks in the scrums. So, why do we have our linchpin of attack, DCE, feeding the scrum and in effect, taking himself out of the first play from scrum? He doesn't come around and pick up the ball from the "scrum win" and play what's in front of him. Wouldn't our best option be to have DCE at first or second receiver from the scrum? Wouldn't this put some doubt in the opposition's minds? Or is the better move of having a lumbering forward take it up on first and give time for the defensive side take position after the scrum?